A history of classical Greek literature, from Homer to Aristotle
A survey from Homer to Aristotle by the noted Professor of Greek of the University of London & Cambridge. The five sections of this work are: Epic Poetry, Elegiac, Iambic & Lyric Poetry, From Myth to History & Philosophy, Drama, & the Fourth Century.
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Elegiac Iambic and Lyric Melic Poetry
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Achaeans Achilles Agamemnon Alcibiades Antigone Antiphon Aphrodite Apollo appears Archilochus Aristophanes Aristotle Athenian Athens Attic Bacchylides Bergk CEdipus century B.C. character chief choral lyric chorus Cleon Clytaemnestra comedy Creon death Demosthenes dialogue Dionysus dithyrambs divine dramatic early elegiac Epic especially Euripides famous father fragments give gods Gorgias Greece Greek Hector Helen Heracles Herodotus Hesiod hexameter Hiero Homer honour hymn iambic iEschines iEschylus Iliad important interesting Isocrates kind king language less literary literature lived lyre Lysias Menelaus metre moral mother murder myth narrative Odysseus orator Orestes papyrus Patroclus peace Pericles Persian philosopher Pindar Plato play poem poet poetry political praise probably prose Protagoras religion rhetoric Sappho says scene Simonides slaying Socrates song Sophists Sophocles Sparta speak speech story style Syracuse Telemachus tells Thebes Theognis things Thucydides tradition tragedy Trojan Troy verse words writing wrote Xenophon Zeus